A recent study monitored the most annoying practices of Moroccans in the public space, including the citizens’ discomfort in the first place from car guards, and waste in places not designated for them, followed by the occupation of the public domain.
The study prepared by the Moroccan Center for Citizenship, on the most annoying practices of Moroccan citizens in the public space, stated that harassment of car guards is the most annoying to citizens in public spaces, with a rate of 17.2 percent, followed by throwing rubbish in places not designated for it with a rate of 5.16 percent. cent, then the occupation of the public domain by 9.14 per cent.
The same study revealed that the use of profanity in public places accounted for 9.3%, while harassment of women ranked fifth with 7.1%, while harassment of beggars and smoking in public places ranked sixth and seventh, respectively. by 6.6 and 5.5 percent.
The source also indicated that women consider littering in places not designated for it as the most annoying practices for them by 19 percent, followed by sexual harassment with 12.5 percent, the occupation of public property with 9.9 percent, then harassment of car guards with 9.5 per cent.
As for men, harassment by car guards constitutes 19.7 percent, followed by the occupation of public property with 16.5 percent, garbage dumping at 15.7 percent, and profanity at 9.1 percent.
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